Amid flu-related doom and gloom in Mexico, Spanish-language TV giant Televisa and its smaller rival TV Azteca released quarterly financials Thursday offering a little good news -- both reported…
"X-Men Origins: Wolverine" has been slapped with the highest rating the Swedish Board of Film Censors can deal out because of its scenes of violence.
French legislators reconsidered a bill Wednesday that would punish people who illegally download music and films by cutting off their Internet connections.
As the annual ritual known as the White House Correspondents Dinner approaches, Tammy Haddad of Haddad Media and David Adler of BizBash Media have launched a new "micro niche" site devoted entirely…
David Slade, who's just been tapped to direct "The Twilight Saga: Eclipse," is attached to helm "Cold Skin" for Madrid and Paris-based Kanzaman.
Viacom's profit tumbled 34% last quarter, but chief executive Philippe Dauman sees some light on the horizon for one of the nation's worst-ever economic downturns.
The Berlin Film Festival will celebrate its 60th anniversary next year without main sponsor Volkswagen.
"Deal or No Deal" is packing up its cash-filled briefcases and moving to Connecticut.
Carrie Prejean will star in an ad for the National Organization for Marriage, which is fighting same-sex marriage around the country. Prejean lost the Miss USA pageant but won all of the attention…
Miramax and Focus Features Intl. have snagged English language remake rights to Gallic thriller "Tell No One" from EuropaCorp and Kathleen Kennedy has come on board to produce.
Is an a primetime show's interactive Website a sign of things to come in the world of political organizing? We talk to the creators of Harper's Globe, the site for the CBS series "Harper's Island."…